1st Mini-Symposium on Proteomics


Explore the Fascinating World of Proteomics

Asia/Qatar 1st Mini-Symposium on Proteomics Qatar National Library Research Proteomics Core doj2006@qatar-med.cornell.edu AT Qatar National Library

Nico Jehmlich, PhD

Nico Jehmlich
Senior Scientist (Group Leader)
Department of Molecular Systems Biology
Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ)
Leipzig, Germany

Dr. Nico Jehmlich (Dr. rer. nat.) is a researcher whose main interests focus on qualitative and quantitative microbial proteomics, metaproteomics of microbiomes and the identification of microbial key players using protein-based stable isotope probing.

His work has been published in Nature Communications, Journal of Proteomics, Journal of Proteome Research, and Science of the Total Environment, among many other publications. At the time of writing, Dr. Jehmlich has 2,509 Scopus citations and 3,370 Google Scholar citations. He is a member of the German Association for Proteome Research and the Association for General and Applied Microbiology (VAAM) and won the VAAM Ph.D. prize in 2011.

Dr. Jehmlich studied Biology (main topics are Microbiology, Terrestrial Ecology, Plant Physiology and Biochemistry) at the University of Leipzig from 2001-2006, and was a Ph.D. fellow at the Conway Institute of Biomolecular and Biomedical Research of University College Dublin in 2008, before earning his Ph.D. from the Department of Proteomics at the UFZ in 2009 with a thesis titled Functional Proteome Analysis of Microbial Communities.

Dr. Jehmlich has held his current position at UFZ since 2013, having previously been a postdoctoral fellow at the Interfaculty Institute for Genetics and Functional Genomics at University Medicine Greifswald from 2009-2013. Dr. Jehmlich is a journal section editor for the publications Data in Brief and Microorganisms. He also regularly reviews articles in numerous journals, including Journal of Proteome Research, Journal of Proteomics, Proteomics, Proteomics - Clinical Applications; Environmental Science & Technology, PLOS One, and Cell Systems, as well as several others.